Tags: Stadler

Stadler and GYSEV signed agreement for the delivery of next generation intercity EMUs

Stadler have signed a contract with GYSEV Zrt. for the supply of 9+4 intercity EMUs. The operator railway company plans to put the vehicles into service on the Sopron-Budapest and Szombathely-Budapest routes from 2027. The new multisystem trains will have a license to operate not only in Hungary, but also in Austria. The aluminum bodyshells […]

Stadler’s hydrogen-powered train FLIRT H2 achieves a new Guinness World Records title

Stadler is proud to announce that the FLIRT H2 has been entered into the Guinness World Records database for the longest distance of 1,741.7 miles (2,803 kilometers) achieved by a pilot hydrogen fuel cell electric multiple unit passenger train without refueling or recharging. This achievement underlines Stadler’s innovative strength and technological leadership in the field […]

Stadler is investing in the future: the Swiss rail vehicle manufacturer is building a new commissioning centre for trains in Hennigsdorf

Stadler continues to grow and is building a new commissioning centre for rail vehicles in Hennigsdorf by 2027. The previous commissioning centre in Velten will be converted into a service centre. Stadler has acquired a plot of land measuring around 46,000 square metres in Hennigsdorf, in the district of Oberhavel in Brandenburg. In the future, […]

SBB orders five more Giruno trains from Stadler

SBB orders five additional Giruno high-speed trains from Stadler for the planned expansion of its international services to Italy. Just like the 29 Giruno trains from the first series, the trains will also be manufactured entirely at the production plant in Bussnang, Switzerland. The Giruno, Stadler’s SMILE, is the first high-speed train in Europe to […]

Alpha Trains and Stadler sign Full-Service agreement for the maintenance of EURO9000 locomotives

Photo credit: Alpha Trains. F.l.t.r.: Andreas Näf, Head of Sales Stadler Service AG and Vincent Pouyet, Managing Director Locomotives at Alpha Trains Alpha Trains, Europe′s leading leasing company for locomotives and trains, signs a Full Service maintenance agreement with Stadler. The contract covers the complete maintenance of all EURO9000 locomotives recently ordered by Alpha Trains […]

Stadler Hands Over First Vehicle of the Next Generation of Underground Trains

Built in Berlin. Built for Berlin. As of 11 January 2024, the next generation of the yellow underground trains for Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) is finally visible, audible and tangible. The official handover of the first test vehicle from manufacturer Stadler to BVG took place at the Olympia-Stadion underground station. Numerous guests from politics, the public […]

The TRAMLINK starts regular services in Bern

BERNMOBIL started regular services with the TRAMLINK in the Swiss capital after a test phase lasting several months, on November 1st. The first Stadler TRAMLINK were officially handed over to BERNMOBIL and presented to the public at the Open Day at the Bolligenstrasse tram depot on 28 October 2023. On 1 November 2023, BERNMOBIL started […]

New S-Bahn for Berlin: complete and in service

106 new trains delivered on schedule and in passenger service New trains offer a high level of comfort, state-of-the-art passenger information and cameras for greater security Ceremonial delivery of last train of the new 483/484 series to enter service The new Berlin S-Bahn fleet has been completed today: all 106 trains of the new series […]

Stadler signs contract with GB Railfreight to provide full service for up to 30 Class 99 bi-mode Co’Co locomotives

Following the order secured last year to build and supply as many as 30 Class 99 bi-mode Co’Co locomotives, Stadler has signed a contract with GB Railfreight to provide full service for this rolling stock. Stadler will be responsible for all aspects of service and maintenance of the 30 Class 99 bi-mode locomotives, having won the tender conducted by Beacon Rail and GB Railfreight last […]

First South Wales Metro tram-train arrives at new depot

The South Wales Metro has taken another important step forward with the arrival of the first brand new tram-train to Transport for Wales’ (TfW) new depot in Taff’s Well. The Class 398 tram-train was delivered by road to the new Taff’s Well depot overnight on Tuesday 21 March. The tram-trains have been built by leading […]